The Elder Scrolls Online – Update 6.0.8 Patch Notes
Bethesda recently released their Stadia patch for The Elder Scrolls Online. Today they have pushed out Update v6.0.8, with a wide range of relatively minor fixes including several aimed at Stadia performance.
The ESO Greymoor antiquitites introduced last month have seen mostly UI fixes resolving various issues in the journal with the biggest change to Leads not only properly dropping from their intended sources but now able to be found in all Treasure Chests regardless of the lock type – with tougher locks more likely to have leads.
Bethesda have added two new Wayshrines on the northern coast nearby the two northernmost Harrowstorm ritual sites. The Harrowstorms themselves will now also respawn much quicker and the daily quest will only require a single kill. Both the Bound in Blood and Greymoor Rising quests have had fixes put in place so you should no longer be blocked after death or have very far to run after a resurrect.
There’s quite a long list of minor fixes in the ESO Patch Notes, so we’ve pruned the hedges and focused on the important ones below.
- Fixed an issue in Alliance War and PvP where you could revive in place using unintended ways.
- You can no longer reflect your own summons when fighting Grobull the Transmuted so that you hit yourself. Stop hitting yourself, stop hitting yourself!
- Fixed a framerate stutter that could occur when updating skill experience or rank. This is something you would typically experience when killing a monster.
- Fixed a crash that could occur if a non-combat pet tried to crouch before being fully loaded.
- Stadia – Improved the load time between logging in and reaching character select.
- Stadia – Fixed an issue where the Stadia Stream setting of 1440p resulted in the game incorrectly rendering at 1080p. The game will now render at 1440p when 1440p is requested.
You can read the full patch notes on the. The Elder Scrolls Online is available from their which lets you buy it for any platform, although for PC players, it is currently enjoying a 60% discount on during this year’s .